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POSTPONED Until February 2021: Orlando, Fl, August 17-19, 2020

August 17 @ 9:00 am - August 19 @ 4:00 pm

$525.00

Advanced Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Training

Embassy Suites
8250 Jamaican Court
Orlando, Florida
February, 2021


Social Workers and Victim Advocates receive 21 CEUs through NASW

Training Topics

Drug and Alcohol Facilitated Sexual Assault • Preventing the Sexual Assault of Children • Interviewing Victims of Sexual Assault • The Effects of Childhood Trauma in Later Years • Identifying Signs of Strangulation • Making Sure that Orders for DV Protection Work • Family Related Homicide/Suicide Awareness and Prevention • The Nexus between Animal Abuse and Violence Against Humans • Bystander Intervention in DV “How You Can Help” • Law Enforcement and Service Providers’ Liability • Sexual Assault Case Study • Stalking and Cyber Stalking • Introduction to Human Trafficking.

Who Should Attend

Law Enforcement Officers, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Victim Advocates, Prosecutors, Native American Leaders, Social Workers, Mental Health Workers, Educators, Substance Abuse Counselors, Rape Treatment Center Workers, Nurses, Batterers’ Intervention Counselors, Military Police, SHARPs, and SARCs.


Agenda
All agenda topics are subject to change.

Monday
8:00 – Bystander Intervention in DV “How You Can Help”
9:00 – Preventing Sexual Assault of Children
10:30 – Stalking and Cyber Stalking
12:00 – Lunch on Your Own
1:00 – The Effects of Trauma on Memory and Behavior
4:00 – Dismissed

Tuesday
8:00 – Interviewing Victims of Sexual Assault
9:00 – The Effects of Childhood Trauma in Later Years
10:30 – Introduction to Human Trafficking
12:00 – Lunch on Your Own
1:00 – Identifying Signs of Strangulation
2:30 – Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault
4:00 – Dismissed

Wednesday
8:00 – Sexual Assault Case Study
9:00 – Law Enforcement and Victim Service Providers’ Liability
10:00 – Domestic Abuse Related Homicide/Suicide & Awareness and Prevention
12:00 – Lunch on Your Own
1:00 – Making Sure that Orders for DV Protection Work
2:30 – The Nexus between Animal Abuse and Violence Against Humans
4:00 – Closing and Certificates


National Institute of Crime Prevention Trainers

William Rousseau President, NICP was a member of the Tampa Police Dept. in Tampa, Fl. for 29 years. He was the department’s Domestic Violence Coordinator and created and supervised the departments Sex Crimes Family Violence Unit as a Detective Sergeant. Bill is a nationally recognized expert in domestic violence by the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Attorney’s Office. He has taught for Florida State University, the University of South Florida, and the United States Army. He has received numerous awards for his work in domestic violence. Bill has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of South Florida. Bill is the past Chairperson of the Hillsborough County Domestic Violence Fatality Review Team and is the current President of the National Institute of Crime Prevention.

Sergeant Swanton’s police career started in 1980, with the Waco Police Department, his assignments have been numerous. In the first ten years, he served in Patrol as a Patrol Officer, Special Investigator, and Field Training Officer training new recruits.

Swanton was then assigned to the Special Operation’s Unit (S.W.A.T. Team) where he also became certified as a Crisis Negotiator and was the Team Leader for Waco P.D.’s Negotiation Team.

Sgt Swanton has also worked in the Community Services Section where he specialized in Crime and Drug Prevention Programs.  Swanton also attended D.A.R.E. Officer training where he became certified as a D.A.R.E. Instructor.

In June of 1999 Swanton transferred back to Patrol where he was promoted the following October to Sergeant. In 2003 Sgt. Swanton took over as the Supervisor of the Family Violence Unit. During the last years of his career with the Waco Police Department, Sergeant Swanton served as the spokesperson/P.I.O. for Waco PD.

Swanton holds a Master Police Officer Certificate and an Instructor’s Certificate with the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Education. He also has served on the Board of the Waco Police Association, as Vice President of Training with the Texas Association of Hostage Negotiators, the Board of Directors for the Family Abuse Shelter, and the Family Abuse Shelter’s Service Committee. In 2010 Sergeant Swanton was recognized by Waco P.D. as Supervisor of the Year.  Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton has also attended the FBI Leadership School.

Retiring from Waco PD in March of 2020, Sgt. Swanton now instructs with the National Institute of Crime Prevention whose mission is to provide law enforcement, victim advocates, judges, prosecutors, military personnel, and public health workers quality training regarding domestic violence and sexual assault issues.

Sergeant Swanton was the spokesman during the nationally known 2013 West Explosion and the recent Twin Peaks Incidents. He was awarded a Proclamation from McLennan County Commissioners Court for his role in delivering information during the Twin Peaks Incident.

 


 

Details

Start:
August 17 @ 9:00 am
End:
August 19 @ 4:00 pm
Cost:
$525.00
Event Category:

Venue

Embassy Suites
8250 Jamaican Court
Orlando, FL 32819 United States
Phone:
(407) 345-8250
Website:
https://www.hilton.com/en/hotels/mcoites-embassy-suites-orlando-international-drive-i-drive-360/

Organizer

Bill Rousseau
Phone:
(813) 841-8088
Email:
bill@nicp.net
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